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integrate

in·te·grate

integrate

 
pronunciation:
In t greIt
parts of speech:
transitive verb, intransitive verb
features:
Word Parts
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: integrated, integrates, integrating
definition 1: to bring together and blend into a whole.
She integrated three very difficult concepts.Comic strips integrate two art forms: drawing and writing.
antonyms:
disintegrate
similar words:
assimilate
definition 2: to unite with something else to create a whole.
They integrated the larger principality with the smaller and established a republic.
similar words:
assimilate
definition 3: to remove cultural and racial restrictions from; implement use of or membership in by all types of people regardless of race or color.
Many schools were integrated during the civil rights movement.
 
antonyms:
segregate
similar words:
assimilate
 
part of speech: intransitive verb
definition 1: to implement use or membership by all types of people; desegregate.
The country club was forced to integrate.
antonyms:
segregate
definition 2: to undergo integration.
derivation: integrative (adj.)
Word Parts
The word integrate contains the following part:
integ Latin root that means whole